Lindenwood University-Belleville will celebrate Parents, Family, and Alumni Reunion Weekend in a big way this year, throwing a three-day red carpet homecoming celebration highlighted by the school’s second annual Homecoming parade.
Chad Kerksick, assistant professor and director of the Exercise and Performance Laboratory at Lindenwood University, has played an important role in the creation of a pair of position stands designed to guide fitness professionals in how to best do their jobs.
Lindenwood University Homecoming and Reunion celebration is here again! Tickets are now available for the festivities, which are scheduled for Oct. 10-15.
On Saturday, Sept. 16, Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Mo., officially cut the ribbon for its new Library and Academic Resources Center, marking the end of more than two years of construction.
Lindenwood University-Belleville’s Department of Theatre is proud to announce its sixth season of plays.
Lindenwood University-Belleville recently named Donna Osborne Bradley as the new director of Graduate Criminal Justice Programs for the Office of Accelerated Degree Programs.
Lindenwood University-Belleville Education and Counseling Division Chair Steve Suess started the tradition of organizing staff and students to collect school supplies for area elementary school students a few years ago because he thought it was a worthy cause.
Lindenwood University in St. Charles has announced its faculty award winners for 2017. Along with the recently announced Adjunct Teaching Award, the faculty awards recognize accomplishments in a variety of areas, including service, teaching excellence, scholarship, and the blending of scholarship and teaching. Winners were Drs. Geremy Carnes, Stephanie Afful, Dale Walton, and Howard Wall, respectively.
Lindenwood University will hold its fifth annual Family Day--an opportunity for family members to visit their students and enjoy a variety of activities--on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017.
Lindenwood University Associate Professor and School Counseling Program Chair Dr. Sarah Patterson-Mills played a key role in crafting legislation that finally put an end to a two-year school funding crisis in the State of Illinois. The State General Assembly in August passed a bill which would reformulate the way Illinois schools from kindergarten through high school are funded. The proposed new formula includes language requiring higher thresholds of staffing of guidance counselors, which was based on a white paper largely written by Patterson-Mills.